Crosby Police Department

  • Agency: Crosby Police Department
  • Address: 2 Second Street SW, Crosby, 56441 MN
  • Chief: Kimberley Coughlin (Chief of Police)

Crosby Police Department is located at 2 Second Street SW, Crosby, 56441 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Kimberley Coughlin. The Crosby Police Department phone number is 218-546-5137.

Crosby Police Department News

Good luck to you deer hunters out there! The Crosby Police Department would like to remind everyone of the basics of hunter's safety so we can all enjoy the opener. Don't aim your firearm at anything you're not willing to destroy, know what's beyond your target, wear your blaze orange/pink, respect private property, and alcohol and firearms never mix. Have a great hunt and as always, stay safe!

You may notice our officers getting a little hairier this month. That is because the Crosby Police Department is participating in No Shave November to raise money for the Courage Cabinet at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center. The Courage Cabinet is a charitable fund that provides financial assistance for cancer patient’s basic needs while they go through treatment. Through the month of November Crosby Officers who donate to the Courage Cabinet will be allowed to grow facial hair usually disqualified by policy. If you’d like to join our officers in fundraising for this worthy cause you can drop off donations at the PD (cash or checks made out to CRMC will be accepted). Maybe even grab yourself a Back the Blue bumper sticker while you're at it! Thank you for your support and as always, stay safe!

Well it's officially that time of the year again. Starting November 1st through March 31st the City of Crosby's Winter Parking Ordinance takes effect. There will be no overnight parking on city streets from 02:00am to 07:00am. However if no off street parking is available to you please stop by the Police Department and fill out an exemption form. Have a great day everyone and as always, stay safe!

Happy Halloween!!! As the ghosts, goblins and Princess Elsas take over the streets of Crosby for Trick-or-Treating, please drive with caution, be courteous and have some fun! Have a spooky night and as always, stay safe!

The witching hour is almost upon us and the ghost and goblins will be out in force for Tick-or-Treating. Here are some safety tips for everyone on Halloween night. See you Tuesday in your Halloween best!

With continued winds, sub freezing temps/wind chill and sporadic snow road conditions are hazardous. Please use caution in your travels this morning and give yourselves extra time to reach your destination. Please also remain extremely vigilant when operating your vehicle around school buses, maintenance vehicles and emergency vehicles so that our students, crew members and first responders are safe. Have a great day and as always stay safe!

The National Weather Service in Duluth has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Crosby Area from 3:00 pm this afternoon until noon Friday. Like it or not winter is coming and this storm system is capable of producing 3 to 5 inches of snow, strong wind gusts, breaking tree branches and creating hazardous road conditions. Please use caution on your commutes tonight and tomorrow and give yourself extra time to reach your destination. Have a great evening and as always stay safe!

Accepting Reserve Officer (Volunteer) Applications

A big thank you to Brenda Klippenes of Brenda's Edible Art for the gift of these two pumpkins! The Crosby Police Department Patch and Minnesota Thin Blue designs are proudly being displayed at the PD front counter.

Come and meet our partners in public safety at the Crosby Fire Department's open house this Sunday!

The Crosby Police Department is excited to announce the formation of our new Reserve Division. We are looking for men and women of all backgrounds and walks of life who wish to serve their fellow citizens as volunteer Reserve Officers with the Crosby Police Department. Reserve Officers assist licensed police officers with patrol operations and are equipped and trained by the Crosby Police Department. The Reserve Division will be signing on an initially 5 Reserve Officers with 5 more being brought on throughout the year. Please see the flyer below for further information. Applications are currently available at the Crosby Police Department Office and will be made available via the City of Crosby's website shortly. Thank you and as always have stay safe.

***SEVERE WEATHER ADVISORY*** The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 4:15 PM for the Crosby Area. Storms working their way through the Crosby Area have the potential to producing 60+ MPH wind gust and quarter sized hail. Please keep an eye the changing weather and seek sturdy shelter.

There is the possibility for severe storms in the Crosby Area this evening. Please remain vigilant and have a plan if the weather does become severe.

***WEATHER ADVISORY*** The National Weather Service has issued a Special Weather Advisory for the Crosby Area. A strong thunder storm will be working its way through the Crosby Area. The storm has the potential for cloud to ground lightning, wind gust of 40+ MPH, heavy rains and dime sized hail. Please pay attention to the weather and take appropriate safety measures.

***WEATHER ADVISORY*** The National Weather Service has issued a Special Weather Advisory for the Crosby Area. A strong thunder storm will be working its way through the Crosby Area. The storm has the potential for cloud to ground lightning, wind gust of 30+ MPH, heavy rains and 1/2 inch hail. Please pay attention to the weather and take appropriate safety measures.

***SEVERE WEATHER ADVISORY*** The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 12:45 AM for the Crosby Area. Storms working their way through the Crosby Area have the potential to producing 60+ MPH wind gust and 1/2 dollar sized hail. Please keep an eye the changing weather and seek sturdy shelter.

“Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt This Memorial Day please join the Crosby Police Department in remembering those Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to United States and her citizens so that they may live free. Lest we forget.

As we enter the final day of National Police Week it would be a major misstep for the Crosby Police Department to not thank our officers. Those individuals who's dedication to the City of Crosby and its citizens make the Crosby Area a great place to live, work and play. Please join us in thanking them for all they do.

This week is National Police Week where we join together as a nation to thank our men and women of the thin blue line. Today the Crosby Police Department would like to honor our law enforcement partners throughout Crow Wing County who we work with daily to serve the citizens of Crosby. Thank you to the men and women of the Brainerd Police Department, Baxter Police Department, Breezy Point Police Department, Crosslake Police Department, Cuyuna Police Department, Deerwood Police Department, Emily Police Department, Nisswa Police Department, Pequot Lakes Police Department and Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office for your service and sacrifice.

Today is National Police Officer's Memorial Day. In 2016 145 Law Enforcement Officers were killed in the line of duty. Join us today as we remember and honor our fallen brothers and sisters who lost their lives in the line of duty. The Crosby Police Department would like to draw special attention and honor to the memory of Deerwood Police Officer William M. Bombard (EOW 12/18/1951) who was shot and killed in the line of duty 65 years ago. Rest easy brothers and sisters. We've got the watch from here.

In honor of National Police Officer Memorial Day/National Police Week